The Tiles Fell Out of the Kitchen Table. What We Did Next is Amazing.
Total cost $40.00 for a package of wainscoting, 2 tubes of Liquid Nails, and a can of Polyurethane.
I sanded down the wood frame of the table.
We bough wainscoting wood and cut it to fit the opening. then used liquid nails to glue it in.
5 coats of Polyurethane went on the top, and in the grooves of the wood.
We had to put weigh on one corner for a minute.
And now we have a beautiful looking refurbished kitchen table.
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Published August 19th, 2015 9:19 AM
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Pat Emanuele Maita on Apr 15, 2021
I use planks a lot on refurbished furniture. They can be sanded to meet the edge of the table. Very easy to sand!
Catrinia Morris-Smith on Nov 17, 2020
I have the same table and it’s tiled at the top of the table it’s very sturdy some of the tile is cracked I was going to throw it out but you just gave me a idea thanks
I have an old table with wooden legs, but the tip is Formica. Can I redo the top with wood planks. What would do the edging around table with
Can the table be retired?
I have a similar table. It is the pub style that can be square or rectangle by retractable leaves. I had cracked tiles and wanted to replace them, but couldn't get them out. I ended up having to repair the square's space with wood putty. How did you remove any tiles that didn't fall out? I love my little table, but am sooooo tired of cracked tiles and grout.
Thanks for posting your revamp. Great idea!!